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Publisher's Summary

Border patrol agents are being ambushed along the Big Bend region of West Texas, a notorious drug corridor running east and west across the Lone Star State. They’re not the only targets. A film production depicting human trafficking in the area has been attacked by a brutal drug cartel. 

Into this lawless frontier steps Texas Ranger Sonny Hawke, ready and willing to dispense his own brand of justice. It’s an all-out war with the thinnest line separating the good from the bad. Sonny knows the only way out is to aim straight and stand your ground....

©2020 Reavis Wortham (P)2020 Recorded Books

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Two readers, too bad

I looked forward to this book coming up on my queue, but when it did, I found myself disappointed. The story started off slow and, at least to where I closed the book, never picked up. There was lots of graphic violence to show how bad the cartel was, but that was to be expected. I would have powered through but for the fact that the reader who did the cartel was terrible. I got to where I dreaded those important parts of the book. It's too bad because the reader for Hawke actually was good for that character. I would have given the Hawke reader 4 stars and the cartel reader 0 stars if I could. The 2 stars is a simple averabe

I gave this story 3 stars and didn't return the book for one reason: the two aunts. No spoiler here, but their appearance made the book worth the listen, at least to that point.